Federer hails Swiss team effort

Roger Federer and Switzerland won the Davis Cup

Side came before self for Roger Federer in Lille on Sunday, even though Switzerland's maiden Davis Cup success completed his own personal set.

Abuse claims 'tip of the iceberg'

Theresa May told the Andrew Marr Show that child abuse claims from the 1970s and 1980s may be the 'tip of the iceberg'

The allegations of child sex abuse at public institutions that have emerged so far are just the "tip of the iceberg", Theresa May has warned.

MH17 recovery operation completed

Among the victims of MH17 were Newcastle United fans Liam Sweeney and John Alder

Work to recover wreckage of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17, which was downed over Ukraine with the loss of 298 lives including 10 Britons, has now finished.

Nasri focused on Bayern

Manchester City's Samir Nasri is now focusing on Bayern Munich

Samir Nasri welcomed Manchester City's return to winning ways but immediately turned his thoughts to the step up required in the Champions League this week.

Susanna Reid happy to live with ex

Susanna Reid sleeps under the same roof as her ex-partner of 16 years Dominic Cotton despite news of their separation emerging in March

Breakfast show presenter Susanna Reid has explained how she still lives with the father of her three sons despite them splitting up and him having a new girlfriend.

Bellew exacts revenge on Cleverly

Tony Bellew, left, defeated Nathan Cleverly, right, in Liverpool

Tony Bellew paid tribute to bitter rival Nathan Cleverly after gaining revenge with a majority points win in their cruiserweight fight at the Echo Arena in Liverpool.

Ford: I was braced for Samoa shots

George Ford's all-round performance was the highlight of a 28-9 victory at Twickenham on Saturday

England fly-half George Ford admits he was willing to soak up Samoa's best shots as he demanded retention for the climax to the QBE Series against Australia by proving his Test match mettle.

Stenson thinking big after win

Henrik Stenson won the DP World Tour Championship on Sunday

Sweden's Henrik Stenson set his sights on an elusive major championship after successfully defending a title for the first time in his career following a thrilling finish to the DP World Tour Championship.

Terror threat on rise: Hogan-Howe

Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe said there was 'growing concern' about the possibility of a 'lone wolf' attack on the streets of the UK

Security services have foiled "four or five" terrorist plots this year and the threat is increasing, Britain's top policeman has warned.

Clarke warns PM on benefits block

Ken Clarke said talking about the economy is "a damn sight more sensible than 'how can we be rude to Europeans to cheer up Ukip?'"

David Cameron has been warned that barring European Union (EU) nationals from claiming benefits in Britain would be "totally discriminatory" as he prepares to deliver a key speech on immigration.

City apology over Evans photo error

Convicted rapist Ched Evans was once on the books at Manchester City

Manchester City has apologised after the club reportedly gave children as young as six certificates featuring a photo of rapist footballer Ched Evans.

Broad denies Pietersen bullying

Stuart Broad, left, has denied Kevin Pietersen's bullying claims

Stuart Broad has denied Kevin Pietersen was "bullied" during his time in the England team - and does not expect the batsman to return to the international game.

Caborn: PFA sparked Evans row

Ched Evans' aborted return to Sheffield United training continues to be the subject of debate

Former sports minister Richard Caborn believes the Professional Footballers' Association must take some responsibility for the controversy surrounding Ched Evans' return to training with Sheffield United.

Champagne demands FIFA transparency

FIFA president Sepp Blatter says the investigation into bidding for the 2018 and 2022 World Cups is now closed

The bidding process for the 2018 and 2022 World Cups must be looked at again if even one vote was improperly influenced, according to FIFA presidential candidate Jerome Champagne.

Wigan duo 'must be treated equally'

Dave Whelan, right, and Malky Mackay are under investigation by the FA

Kick It Out chairman Lord Ouseley has called for consistency in how Wigan chairman Dave Whelan and his new manager Malky Mackay's cases are handled by the Football Association.

Mental health nursing cuts slammed

RCN chief Dr Peter Carter branded the cuts 'unacceptable'

A large drop in the number of mental health nurses and shortages in inpatient beds are "unacceptable" and a "false economy", the head of the nurses' union has said.